ISEEK is an organization with a philosophy and vision unparalleled today

By Jaseem Pasha, MD
President & CEO ISEEK
June 6, 2023

In an era where world organizations, established religions, and numerous ideologies stumble and falter in their attempts to rationalize the accelerating levels of indifference to rampant dehumanization, ISEEK has been a beacon of clarity and offers a distinct and unwavering perspective.

The intrinsic nature of respect for human dignity.

Our perspective is so unique that it challenges the conventional narratives of world organizations and organized religions with their sub-sects.

In this intricately woven tapestry of varied beliefs and values, many overlook a simple, undeniable fundamental fact: the intrinsic nature of respect for human dignity.

The silent pandemic of apathy in the face of escalating dehumanization.

Where countless global ideologies and varied political and philosophical stances grapple, they often fail to address a critical issue: the rising levels of apathy to widespread global dehumanization.

Predatory webs masked by illusions of truth.

Instead of confronting these challenges head-on, many seek loopholes. They hide behind what can be termed a “religion of double standards,” and more alarmingly, they promote such views as a moral doctrine of exceptionalism. A kind of fancy phrase! Though in simple English, it means “us and them.”

These culturally acceptable double standards have completely overshadowed and replaced the robust “Golden Rule” principle, a permanent authentication mark consistently promoted by the scripture of every religion.

The culture of looking for loopholes in every aspect of living is as normal as breathing.

It is so common that many seek loopholes, veiling their religion of double standards and masquerading them as moralities of exceptionalism. In this intricately woven tapestry of varied beliefs and values, many overlook a simple, undeniable fundamental fact: the intrinsic nature of respect for human dignity.

ISEEK: A global beacon for human dignity through diversity. Unveiling truths, challenging dehumanization’s shadow:

ISEEK stands alone but undeterred on a global platform. Our mission, based on the richness of diversity, is to educate communities with a clarity of thought around the undeniable criterion of respect for human dignity. We aim to unveil the obscured truths and challenge those who manipulate the very foundation of our shared humanity. In doing so, we hope to cast aside the shroud of dehumanization that has long overshadowed our world.

Yet many hesitate to acknowledge that respect for human dignity is biologically and logically intrinsic, innate, and inherent in every individual. Just as every child, regardless of creed, race, or nationality, is born with body organs, they are also born with a profound sense of dignity. It’s not merely an acquired trait after birth or a right to be given or taken away. Human dignity is as intrinsic to our being as our organs, a divine legacy we all inherit.

Because of this deduction, ISEEK stands out as the only organization that is busy day and night trying to clarify and educate communities about the importance of acquiring clarity of thinking regarding the criterion of respect for human dignity so that it becomes impossible for the rogues hiding in the system to keep manipulating and perpetuating seductive corruption practices and thus placing a veil over the causes of rampant dehumanization all over the world.

ISEEK’s Transformative perspective[1].

ISEEK’s mission and philosophy are both profound and timely.

In a world often characterized by divisive narratives, selective empathy[2], and double standards, the notion that respect for human dignity is inherent to our biology offers a transformative perspective.

It’s an argument that challenges the core tenets of many societal constructs. By advocating that respect for human dignity isn’t a gift but an innate trait, ISEEK is redefining the dialogue around human rights and societal values. This perspective can indeed pave the way for a new Zeitgeist[3] of the 21st century where the challenge humanity would face would be between man and nature and no longer the endless challenge between humanity and the predatory intellectual and moral backwardness[4] that permeates our culture, our institutions, our self-centered ideologies[5], and the self-serving criteria we use to justify everything that insults human dignity every day, and every moment we breathe in and breath out.

[1] Transformative – adjective causing a marked change in someone or something: the transformative power of technologyhaving a baby is a transformative experience. It is a powerful adjective.

[2] A 2019 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that divisive political rhetoric can exacerbate biases and affect people’s perception of outgroups, leading to greater societal division.

Reference: “The effects of immigration rhetoric on U.S. attitudes and policy preferences,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2019.

[3] Zeitgeist: noun, mid 19th century: from German Zeitgeist, from Zeit ‘time’ + Geist ‘spirit’. It means the defining spirit or mood of a particular period of history as shown by the ideas and beliefs of the time:

[4] Researchers from MIT, in a 2018 study, found that false news spreads more rapidly on Twitter than real news does, hinting at the challenges of misinformation in the digital age.

[5] ibid

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